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Warrington PE and School Sport Services
Providing high quality support to schools across Warrington to enhance the delivery of PE and school sport
LiveWire, Warrington School Sport Partnership and The Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation are working together to provide schools with high quality support and a menu of opportunities for the 2018...
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Warrington & Vale Royal College are holding a Virtual Open Week from Monday 1st June to Friday 5th June
21 May
Warrington Vale Royal College is holding it's first ever School Leavers’ Virtual Open Week, taking place from Monday 1st June to Friday 5th June, enabling young people to discover more about the courses and facilities. Although predominantly aimed at Year 11s, the college are encouraging Year 9s and Year 10s to visit the event too. The open week will feature live interactive talks hosted by tutors and support teams, which gives young people the opportunity to ask questions about college life and the courses they are interested in. If a young person wishes to access the Virtual Open Week, they will need to register on the website: www.wvr.ac.uk/openweek
Daily Covid-19 Briefing Documents – 21st May 2020
21 May
Colleagues Please see attached daily covid-19 briefing documents for 21st May 2020. Best wishes Paula Worthington Director, Education, SEND and Early Help Families and Wellbeing Warrington Borough Council, New Town House, Buttermarket Street, Warrington, WA1 2NH Tel: 01925 444021 Email: jill.harrison@warrington.gov.uk
Daily Covid-19 Briefing Documents – 20th May 2020
20 May
Colleagues Please see attached daily covid-19 briefing documents for 20th May 2020. Best wishes Paula Worthington Director, Education, SEND and Early Help Families and Wellbeing Warrington Borough Council, New Town House, Buttermarket Street, Warrington, WA1 2NH Tel: 01925 444021 Email: jill.harrison@warrington.gov.uk
Daily Covid-19 Briefing Documents – 19th May 2020
19 May
Colleagues Please see attached daily covid-19 briefing documents for 19th May 2020. Best wishes Paula Worthington Director, Education, SEND and Early Help Families and Wellbeing Warrington Borough Council, New Town House, Buttermarket Street, Warrington, WA1 2NH Tel: 01925 444021 Email: jill.harrison@warrington.gov.uk
Daily Covid-19 Briefing Documents – 18th May 2020
18 May
Colleagues Please see attached daily covid-19 briefing documents for 18th May 2020. Best wishes Paula Worthington Director, Education, SEND and Early Help Families and Wellbeing Warrington Borough Council, New Town House, Buttermarket Street, Warrington, WA1 2NH Tel: 01925 444021 Email: jill.harrison@warrington.gov.uk
Shakespeare North Playhouse - Information
18 May
For the attention of primary, secondary and sixth form teachers, school leaders and teachers of English, drama and history Dear Educator, Shakespeare North Playhouse ( https://www.shakespearenorthplayhouse.co.uk/ ) is currently under construction in Prescot, Merseyside and is due to open in 2022. The Playhouse will have facilities for lifelong learning opportunities and a bespoke education programme that supports the national curriculum. We are currently firming up this education programme and your feedback, at this time, is incredibly important to us. It will enable us to demonstrate demand for the programme at the proposed price and assist us with further refinement and delivery once open. For schools, we will offer: group rates for performances tours of the exhibition and front & back of house pupil and teacher development workshops Please tell us how best to meet your needs and support you in your work as an educator by completing our short on line Shakespeare North Survey - https://wh1.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=158955660037 All schools who complete our survey will be entered into a prize draw to win a fun, creative workshop for their pupils. This will be delivered in your school by a local theatre company (date to be agreed). I attach further information about Shakespeare North which I hope you will find interesting. Shakespeare North Playhouse
STEM Link to Resource Pack
17 May
Colleagues Please see link to some resources for schools (age 7 -12) below. https://www.cavendishnuclear.com/join-us/equality-diversity-inclusion/stem/ Lisa Ingham BA Hons MCMI | Social Impact and Marketing Manager Cavendish Nuclear Limited 106 Dalton Avenue | Birchwood | Warrington | Cheshire | WA3 6YD Tel: +441925 931544 | Mob: +447791 008395 | Lisa.Ingham@cavendishnuclear.com www.cavendishnuclear.com
Daily Covid-19 Briefing Documents – 15th May 2020
15 May
Colleagues Please see attached daily covid-19 briefing documents for 15th May 2020. Best wishes Paula Worthington Director, Education, SEND and Early Help Families and Wellbeing Warrington Borough Council, New Town House, Buttermarket Street, Warrington, WA1 2NH Tel: 01925 444021 Email: jill.harrison@warrington.gov.uk
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Training & Events

02
02 Jun
Health and Safety Awareness (For School Catering Staff Only)
This course is for school catering staff only and has been tailored for their needs - If you inadvertently book on this course, your place will be cancelled
09
09 Jun
Basic First Aid (For School Catering Staff Only)
This course is for school catering staff only and has been tailored for their needs - If you inadvertently book on this course, your place will be cancelled
10
10 Jun
Become a PE Expert
This course includes an in-depth look at the PE curriculum in order to support the planning, teaching and assessment of this subject. Across both days, delegates will take part in practical activities themselves as well as have the opportunity to observe PE lessons in local primary schools. The 2 day course will also cover content on health and safety, active learning and a deeper look into what outstanding practice looks like in PE.
11
11 Jun
Risk Assessment (For School Catering Staff Only)
This course is for school catering staff only has been tailored for their needs - if you inadvertently book on this course, your place will be cancelled
11
11 Jun
Summer Term DSL Network Training
Summer Term DSL Network Meeting for the Academic Year. An opportunity for all DSL's to meet and discuss the latest National and Local policies, procedures and guidance in relation to the safeguarding of children and young people in Warrington schools and Academies. The agenda of the meeting will include: Feedback from the Education Safeguarding Advice Line An opportunity to highlight and share best practice Guest speaker
16
16 Jun
Solihull Training - 12 week course (Foster Carers)
Learning outcomes of the course: - Increasing confidence in observing and understanding their foster child's communication, relationships, development and behaviour - Promoting understanding of the impact of early experience on how the foster child relates - Helping foster carers enhance their skills and promote resilience in foster children - Promoting reflective, sensitive and effective foster caring - Developing a framework of thinking to promote effective use of behaviour management
16
16 Jun
Recording Skills and TSD (Foster Carers)
TSD standards for Foster Carers is a government initiative and ensures that all Foster Carers have the best possible knowledge, information and training to help them care for children & young people. All newly approved Foster Carers are expected to satisfactorily complete the TSD standards workbook within one year of being approved. Family and friends carers have eighteen months to complete it. TSD Standards: - Understand the principles and values essential for fostering children - Understand your role as a foster carer - Understand health and safety and healthy caring - Understand how to communicate effectively - Understand the development of children and young people - Safeguard children - Develop yourself
18
18 Jun
Group Supervision supported by Social Care - June 2020
What is group supervision? Group supervision involves the use of a group setting to enable members to reflect on their work. By pooling skills, experience and knowledge, the aim of the session is to improve the skills and capability of both individuals and the group. It is a process by which to share learning and assist in developing consistency of practice. The goal of the session may be to solve problems, learn from others and reflect on the impact of self. What will the groups focus? • covering various themes relevant to safeguarding children and supporting families (domestic abuse, parental substance misuse, abuse/neglect.) • Focused sessions around self-care and development (stress and resilience, conflict resolution, effective communication, maintaining an empathic approach.)